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What is a therapeutic dose of CBD? August 27, 2021
What is a therapeutic dose of CBD?


In the world of CBD, there’s a lot to know. From the different extract types to the strange terminologies and everything in between, you may find yourself having a question or two (hundred). Something a lot of new consumers are curious about is dosing. Specifically, they want to know: what is a therapeutic dose of CBD? Or, what dose is ideal for presenting the best medicinal values?

Here, we’re covering the unique therapeutic values CBD offers and how you can find your perfect dose. Let’s get started.

The Therapeutic Value of CBD

In general, CBD is known for its high therapeutic value and ability to benefit the body. Because of the way that CBD works alongside our bodies’ endocannabinoid system, it’s able to work as all-natural support from head to toe.

Since CBD essentially relies on our ECS to do its job, every person’s reaction to CBD will be unique. Cannabidiol functions in the body to help with what needs it; so, unless you and someone else have the same body chemistry, we’ll all find different benefits. But that’s what makes CBD so incredible!

Here are some of the most common therapeutic values that CBD holds.

Treatment of Seizures

Scientific evidence has shown that CBD effectively treats childhood epilepsy syndromes such as Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), which typically don’t respond to antiseizure medications. Studies demonstrated that CBD could reduce seizures and, in some cases, put a stop to them.

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